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Windsor finally qualifies for state assistance after floods

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina town that took a one-two punch last summer from Tropical Storm Julia and Hurricane Matthew can now get financial assistance from the state to pay for cleaning up the first storm. 94 more words

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Cooper wants Confederate monuments removed; Trump says, "Where does it stop?"

After Saturday’s protests in Charlottesville, Va., sparked by the planned removal of a Confederate monument, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and President Donald Trump have expressed very different opinions about what should be done with the polarizing statues. 392 more words

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North Carolina governor wants Confederate monuments removed

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina’s governor said Tuesday that he wants to bring down Confederate monuments around the state, thrusting himself into a debate stoked by violence in Virginia and the toppling of a statue in his own state. 894 more words

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North Carolina governor wants Confederate monuments removed from state property

Here we go, I saw this coming…~TS

By Lynn Bonner | The News & Observer

Confederate statues should be removed from state property, Gov. Roy Cooper said in a public message Tuesday. 172 more words

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Cooper to visit Pfizer facility Thursday

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper will visit Sanford’s Pfizer facility Thursday, the Rant has learned.

Cooper apparently will join Pfizer executives and employees at a ceremony celebrating Pfizer’s acquisition from GlaxoSmithKline of… 223 more words

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North Carolina Law Removes Roadblock to the Use of Gold and Silver as Money

By Michael Maharrey | Tenth Amendment Center
RALEIGH, N.C. (July 26, 2017) – Yesterday, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill into law exempting the sale and purchase of gold and silver from state sales taxes. 570 more words

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Cooper orders flag to fly half-staff in tribute to Marine plane crash victims

RALEIGH, N.C. — Gov. Roy Cooper on Tuesday ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Wednesday, July 12 in tribute to the… 216 more words

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